Hey @garthur nice to e-meet you. We just interviewed new team members for the Social and Digital Innovation team some of whom will become community moderators. It's un-necessarily complicated to explain, but the job opening wasn't specifically for community management, thus I don't have a template to share. During the interview process, however, I selected candidates based on specific community related questions, and those who showed promise were sent questions by email to submit written answers.
I have always liked Blais Grimes-Viort's CM job description http://blaisegv.com/community-manager-careers/online-community-manager-job-description/ still relevant even though he wrote it in 2010.
Specifically for health communities, I want to know if the candidate is familiar with peer-to-peer health/connected health and patient communities. It is surprising how many people don't really "believe" in the value and validity of patient knowledge exchange. I have also found it easier to coach people who have a patient or caregiver experience and/or people with a patient educator or social work background than communications specialists or marketers/social media managers. That is of course a sweeping generalization, and I've had many exceptions.
I would also want someone who is connected, who has social capital, who has empathy and knows how to connect people and build their capacity to help themselves and others.
What type of community do you have? What characteristics would you value in a community manager?